City Centre 2 is under construction at 551 I-35, Round Rock. It is the second in a quad of buildings set to bring 125,000 square feet of office and retail space near downtown Round Rock. Developed by the Crow Group, City Centre is partially funded by a $2.2 million loan agreement from the city of Round Rock, in which the Crow Group contributes $24 million to the project, totaling $26 million in investment. Construction is expected to be completed in August. www.thecrowgroup.net
City Centre 2 construction underway in Round Rock
City Centre 2 is the second of four retail/office buildings planned to occupy the property at 551 S. I-35. (Community Impact Newspaper/Brooke Sjoberg)
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